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LuigiandYoshifan

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Mine is the Indianapolis Colts. Who is your favorite Team?

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Miami Dolphins

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Trin

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New England, because I'm in England, and it has England in the title. GO WILDCATS! I haven't actually checked that New England are called the Wildcats, but it's the sort of thing American sports teams are called.

I jest.

Seriously though, a lot of people here in England follow the Patriots because of the name.

What do you Yanks make of the occasional NFL game being played at Wembley Stadium these days?

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Devil_Hunter_Dante

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Greenbay Packers

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Machu

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Trin wrote:

What do you Yanks make of the occasional NFL game being played at Wembley Stadium these days?

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I don't follow NFL much, but my allegiance is with the Atlanta Falcons, because of family. I have two American uncles who have sent me merchandise since I was a kid, even a shirt, which I treasure.

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Storm_Owl

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Mine is The Pitsburg Steelers

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bro2dragons

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the... uhm... raiders ..... ahem....

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The_Fox

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Trin wrote:

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What do you Yanks make of the occasional NFL game being played at Wembley Stadium these days?

They're hoping to get a foothold. It seems there's a very small but devoted following across the pond they hope will expand. I honestly don't think it'll happen, but who knows?

And to answer the question, the Chicago Bears! Just don't ask about the last game.

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Noire

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The Minnesota Vikings, who are off to an excellent start this season, with only that hiccup against the Steelers last week to put a (albeit small) damper on the season so far. Just so you all know, we will be winning the Super Bowl, I can feel it. :P

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Greenbay Packers

We're never going to have a civil conversation again, are we, Dante? :P

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The_Fox

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PhoenixSage wrote:

Devil_Hunter_Dante wrote:

Greenbay Packers

We're never going to have a civil conversation again, are we, Dante? :P

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Trin

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The+Fox wrote:

Trin wrote:

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What do you Yanks make of the occasional NFL game being played at Wembley Stadium these days?

They're hoping to get a foothold. It seems there's a very small but devoted following across the pond they hope will expand. I honestly don't think it'll happen, but who knows?

Hmmm, we'll I don't know about getting a foothold, over here football (soccer) is the religion, and there ain't no room for no new kids on the block. I suppose it's a rare chance for the fans over here to see a proper NFL game, and Wembley, with it's 90,000 capacity, etc, is a stadium that can do any sporting event proud.

I was wondering though what the American fans think when their team is playing in London - something a bit different, or annoying because unless you fly over, it's a game you can't see live?

And to answer the question, the Chicago Bears! Just don't ask about the last game.

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Devil_Hunter_Dante

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PhoenixSage wrote:

The Minnesota Vikings, who are off to an excellent start this season, with only that hiccup against the Steelers last week to put a (albeit small) damper on the season so far. Just so you all know, we will be winning the Super Bowl, I can feel it. :P

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Greenbay Packers

We're never going to have a civil conversation again, are we, Dante? :P

There is no denying the Vikings are an excellent team. Only two Packers games have been televised where I live, so I have been watching the Vikings so far.

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The_Fox

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@Trin:
Yeah, the odds of it picking up are slim. I think they're hoping because Soccer has picked up in popularity slightly here that the same could happen overseas for Footabll. I don't think they take into account that a lot of that increase in popularity might have something to do with people that have immigrated here from a Soccer friendly country and brought their love of the sport.

Regarding teams playing overseas, most fans I've talked to find it kinda cool to see it getting a little light outside of the U.S or Canada.

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cheetahman91

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The Panthers, even though they suck badly this year.

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I've always liked the Raiders...coincidentally they've always sucked. :(

I live in NC though so I feel sorta obligated to like the Panthers too (but I don't)

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Philly! Yay Eagles! I miss football when I'm in China :(.

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Rawk_Hawk

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St. Louis Rams

I still wear my Rams gear despite the dreadfulness of the current team. So no one can ever call me a front runner if they get good again. I live in Eagles territory , so I would not mind seeing the Eagles have success.

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mysteriousbloke

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Im a big chargers fan, even if merriman hasnt got much left in him and LT cant keep healthy for long enough to be MVP again. Bring brees back!

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NotEnoughGolds

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MN Vikings.
And last week's game doesn't count. It's tough to beat a decent team with an all-star ref lineup.

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Warios_Azz

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I've always been a Bengals fan ever since I was little. I've been w/ them through the worst of it. And even though they're in the same division I like watching the Ravens now. I actually got to meet their quarterback Flacco a year or two ago before he was drafted. One of my best friends brother played football with him at Pitt and Delaware and was his roommate.

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